July 7, 2016
The Social Security and African Americans Summit, a joint venture between the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare and AARP, is designed to bring awareness to the importance of safeguarding Social Security's future by finding commonsense, non-partisan solutions that extend the solvency of the program while expanding benefits.
The National Committee is committed to expanding Social Security benefits for all seniors, and especially recognizes the difficulties African Americans face in retirement because they tend to have lower earnings and less pension coverage than other Americans. Our Senior Vote 2016 initiative mobilizes voters to advocate for income equality for economic security in retirement for all.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Studio 1 – The Verne Riffe Center for Government and the Arts
77 High St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Panel Moderator: Rawle Andrews, Regional Vice President, AARP
Panelists: Max Richtman, President and CEO, NCPSSM; and Romina Boccia, Deputy Director, Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies and Grover M. Hermann Research Fellow, The Heritage Foundation & others TBA.
Video welcomes from: U.S. Senator Rob Portman; U.S. Representative Joyce Beatty;
U.S. Representative Pat Tiberi
The National Committee, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization acts in the interests of its membership through advocacy, education, services, grassroots efforts and the leadership of the Board of Directors and professional staff. The work of the National Committee is directed toward developing better-informed citizens and voters.
Media Inquiries to:
Brad Wright 202-216-8352/802-279-5679